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WFPL Radio, Higher College Costs Could Hurt Job Market

By Gabe Bullard

Date Published: 4/28/2011

The Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education has capped tuition increases at public universities for the coming academic year.

The universities of Louisville and Kentucky cannot raise tuition more than 6 percent, and both schools are planning to increase costs by that amount. It will be the latest in a string of tuition increases the universities say are necessary to offset rising costs and lackluster funding from the state.

Click here to read the news report: WFPL Radio, Council Caps Tuition Increases; Higher College Costs Could Hurt Job Market

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